Novels, novelizations and short stories
The science fiction franchise Star Trek? has been adapted into published novels, novelizations, and short story collections since 1968. Three main companies have published Star Trek fiction: Bantam Books (from 1967 to 1981), Ballantine Books (from 1974 to 1978), and, since 1979, Pocket Books.
Through a licensing process similar to those granted to create collectibles, comics, and games, Paramount Pictures has granted the rights to market Star Trek stories and books of various sorts through a number of different publishers, beginning in 1967 with a series based on Star Trek: The Original Series?.
With the success of the Star Trek films and Star Trek: The Next Generation?, a licensing office associated with the productions took stricter control of the franchise's image. Writers of Star Trek publications were discouraged from creating depictions that varied from the style and details of the franchise, as seen in filmed productions. Previous novels of the 1960s, 70s, and early 80s tend to vary from canon more than later series. Since most novels are produced by editors and writers not affiliated with franchise production staff, filmed productions generally regard the events and situations in most novelizations as completely apocryphal.
Star Trek: TNG (novels?)
Star Trek: DS9 (novels?)
Star Trek: Voyager (novels?)
Star Trek: Enterprise (novels?)
Star Trek: TAS (novels?)
Starfleet Corps of Engineers?
Pocket Books E-books?
Star Trek Movie Novelizations?
Star Trek: New Frontier?
Star Trek: Stargazer?
Star Trek: Klingon Empire?
Star Trek: Titan?
Star Trek: Vanguard?
Star Trek: Seekers?
Star Trek Mini-series?
Star Trek: New Earth?
Star Trek: Department of Temporal Investigations?
Strange New Worlds?
Other short stories and novels?
Reference Books, Encyclopedias, Manuals and more
Star Trek Reference Books?
Star Trek Biographies/Autobiographies?
Star Trek Manuals?